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At the heart of almost every district, there are dedicated educators ready to do what they can to increase the opportunities of their learners.

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Kansas board of education poised to consider anti-vaping policy, statutes | Florida Program Aims to Boost College Completion | Intention-Setting in the Classroom | Ohio task force aims to reinvent student high school experience

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State to take over Houston ISD | New Mexico picks first early childhood education secretary | State lawmakers approve work experience for college credit | Students Think Lectures Are Best, But Research Suggests They’re Wrong

Perspective

The first thing educators can do to positively affect education policy may not be the most practical from a nuts-and-bolts perspective.

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Glen Miller
Thoughts

What’s hot in education technology? A better question might be, what’s hot in EdTech this year?

By: 
Steve Halliwell and Cheryl Miller
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Proposal offers high school diploma with associate degree | CPS strike over, classes to resume Friday | LAUSD Sues E-Cig Maker, Alleging Contribution to Vaping Epidemic | Proposed Michigan legislation would require school board members to have training

Tactics

In order to further our conversation about SEL and EdTech, I am building on the three strategies featured in "How Can SEL & EdTech Work Together"

By: 
Tamara Fyke

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